Joe Gibbs Racing
Fresh starts: Which of these drivers did best after switching teams?
Carl Edwards became the latest big-name driver to make it official that he's switching teams, as he's leaving Roush Fenway Racing for Joe Gibbs Racing at season's end. See how other top drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kasey Kahne and Matt Kenseth have fared in their first season after making a ...
Through the years: Carl Edwards' wild ride at Roush Fenway Racing
After spending his entire NASCAR Sprint Cup Series career to date at Roush Fenway Racing, Carl Edwards has joined Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2015 season.
Joe Gibbs Racing won't appeal Hamlin team penalty
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Joe Gibbs Racing will not appeal the penalty levied against Denny Hamlin's team for failing a post-race inspection at Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Fan Prix: Kevin Harvick goes go-karting with 21 of his biggest fans
While Joe Gibbs Racing was busy dominating the NASCAR news cycle this past Tuesday, Kevin Harvick spent his afternoon racing go-karts against 21 of
To tweet, or not to tweet: That's the question for Carl Edwards
Now that it's official that Carl Edwards will join Joe Gibbs Racing next year, suddenly the pressure to perform has ratcheted up exponentially for the 35-year-old Missouri native. We're not
'Rowdy' Busch ready to shake off rough patch with return to Bristol
got greedy with it and took it to the outside and just got loose and crashed, got into the wall." Busch said his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyotas have been mostly competitive in recent weeks; it's just that his luck hasn't been there. "I felt like
Exclusive: TRD boss says Toyota engine improvements coming
Denny Hamlin was not a happy man when he climbed out of his Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota after finishing seventh in Sunday's Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway. Ahead of Hamlin, winner Jeff
Joe Gibbs: Tony Stewart is "a racer's racer"
for our sport.'' Stewart drove for Gibbs from 1997 through 2008, winning Cup titles in 2002 and 2005 driving for Joe Gibbs Racing . He left following the 2008 season when he was offered an ownership stake at Stewart-Haas Racing. Gibbs said Tuesday
Toyota looking for horsepower in NASCAR engines
combined 50 wins in open wheel racing. Hornish, who is currently running a part-time Nationwide Series schedule for Joe Gibbs Racing , is a three-time IndyCar champion. His 2006 championship was the last for Team Penske, which heads into Sonoma
Hornish hoping to finally win in his home state
and top contender Kyle Busch elected to focus on the Sprint Cup race in Michigan this weekend. Hornish, driving Joe Gibbs Racing 's Monster Energy Toyota, was third during Friday's practice behind Justin Marks and Chris Buescher. Qualifying